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Should the White Sox fire Robin Ventura and hire Ozzie Guillen?

Should the White Sox fire Robin Ventura and hire Ozzie Guillen? The notion that once seemed crazy is now gaining traction among fans, reporters and maybe even within the White Sox organization. Chris De Luca of the Chicago Sun-Times makes a very strong case for the flashy, firey, former White Sox manager to make a triumphant return: "Say what you will about Guillen, but he would...
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White Sox manager Robin Ventura calls out team's awful defense

Robin Ventura is growing frustrated with his team's defensive futility. The White Sox manager expressed his disappointment to the media after a seventh-inning miscue between center fielder Adam Eaton and shortstop Alexei Ramirez during Thursday's 3-2 loss to the Pirates. "That's just bad," Ventura said via "I'm tired of even talking about it. They know it. We work on it...
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12 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox manager Robin Ventura ejected

CHICAGO (AP) Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura was ejected in the fourth inning Wednesday night by home plate umpire Alfonso Marquez for arguing an interference call on Melky Cabrera. It is Ventura's first ejection of the season and his 11th as Chicago manager. On the disputed play, Cabrera was batting with Adam Eaton on first base. With Eaton attempting to steal, Cabrera...
Via AP on Fox
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Why does Robin Ventura still have a job?

How bad do the Sox have to play before Manager Robin Ventura is launched? I’ll get right to the point: White Sox manager Robin Ventura has to go. Letting him manage one more game is a letdown and an insult to South Side baseball fans. Even Sox announcer Ken Harrelson, known throughout the major leagues as perhaps the biggest homer working in a broadcast booth, is at the end of...
Via In The Neutral Zone
14 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox manager Robin Ventura to miss weekend series

The White Sox is headed to Tampa Bay for a weekend series against the Rays, but they'll be without their manager Robin Ventura. Ventura will miss the series to attend the graduation of his daughter, Madison, from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Taking the reigns for Ventura will be bench coach Mark Parent, who will serve as manager at Tropicana Field. Ventura will return to the dugout...
Via Fox Sports
19 days ago  |  Discuss

Bonifaci-no? Emilio’s Role Seems Vague and Unnecessary

While the White Sox have played a better brand of baseball of late, the offense is still leaving a lot to be desired. Robin Ventura has done some things to tinker with the lineup recently, including shifting guys around in the order and giving certain players more at-bats. One of those guys who has seen a spike in some PT is Emilio Bonifacio, who started consecutive games this week...
Via Grab Some Bench
20 days ago  |  Discuss

White Sox and Ventura: Keep Him or Dump Him?

There is no denying that the Chicago White Sox are off to a slow start. They are the worst team in the American League and in last place in the AL Central, a division in which many felt they would compete for the title. By no strange coincidence, Robin Ventura is on the hot seat, as rumblings of him being fired have been started. Yes,Robin Ventura should be on the hot seat. Tactical...
Via Baseball Hot Corner
May 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Ventura’s No-Challenge Is Inexcusable

Robin Ventura was one of my favorite White Sox players growing up. When the Sox tagged him to become the manager I was both surprised but intrigued by the possibility. As such, I was willing to give him the benefit of the doubt at first. I was even willing to give him a pass for the last two years because he didn’t have much to work with. But as we enter year four of the Ventura...
Via Grab Some Bench
April 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox rumors: third base options

Chicago White Sox fans had very little to be thankful for this past Thanksgiving as two potential third base options, Pablo Sandoval and Hanley Ramirez, were both signed by an aggressive Boston Red Sox team that appears determined to make the playoffs in 2015. While it is unclear whether the White Sox would ever have been able to sign either player, the team must now refocus...
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Chicago White Sox: Rebuilding with Robin Ventura

In the 2013 season, the Chicago White Sox lost 22 more games than they had the previous season. It was a frustrating season: the hitters weren’t hitting, the fielders weren’t fielding, and the bullpen was blowing games. Adding to the disappointment, the 2013 team wasn’t that different from the 2012 team that had been in first place for most of the season. There were high expectations...
February 02, 2014  |  Discuss

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